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Tyson Fury says he was running a gym full of ‘p*** heads’ before defending world title Dillian Whyte

TYSON FURY says he’s running a gym full of ‘p*** heads’ ahead of his game with Dillian Whyte.

WBC Heavyweight World Champion, 33 years old, training with former world champion Joseph Parker and Isaac Lowe featherweight before defending the next world title.

Tyson Fury has insisted he doesn't take his upcoming fight too seriously

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Tyson Fury has insisted he doesn’t take his upcoming fight too seriouslyCredit: PA
Dillian Whyte has been named his must-have challenger

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Dillian Whyte has been named his must-have challengerCredit: News Group Newspaper Ltd

The expected Gypsy King facing Whyte in the spring after WBC finally made Brixton Body Snatcher his obligatory challenger.

And the 6ft 9in superstar insists he is following very strict criteria to get into his Morecambe gym.

The talented undefeated manager said: “I am the most successful athlete on the planet, the strongest and strongest, the biggest puncher and I go on the field all the time.

“When you are Mr Straight-Lace you won’t be able to get through, you have to have a ‘don’t give up’ attitude and be ready to contend even after a heavy night.

“The serious approach is not the best approach to boxing, I think it’s best not to give up.

“If your nerves are burning and your *** hole is twitching, you can’t win.


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“Everybody in my gym are tops and I would only have them if they were tops because you get the best out of them.”

Fury’s Last Two iconic win over Deontay Wilder which means that everything that Travelers proudly say must be taken seriously.

And he believes – unlike fitness entrepreneur Anthony Joshua – that he knows the key to success in the fighting game.

The undefeated mastermind even insisted he enjoyed some of his best matches after a heavy night on the squares.

He bellowed: “I don’t act like a pro and live in the gym many days a week because that doesn’t accomplish anything.

“If you arrive on time, give your best and try your best, the sad truth is that 99% of the time you still don’t make it.

Fury's last trip to the ring saw him take out rival Deontay Wilder

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Fury’s last trip to the ring saw him take out rival Deontay WilderCredit: Getty
The British trained under the supervision of Sugar Hill Steward

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The British trained under the supervision of Sugar Hill StewardCredit: Getty

“But if you’re in the gym and still going out two or three times a week then you probably will.

“Champion boxing is a mindset, it’s not about who trains the hardest or who lifts the heaviest weights, you have to enjoy yourself.

“If you don’t like yourself then the sport gets too serious and you lose.

“I used to eat 15 pints before 15 rounds and still beat someone to death, if I was lying God could knock me out.

“I remember one night, I had 14 pints of Fosters and then beat three of the top 10 heavyweights – and beat them all – because I didn’t take it too seriously.”

Tyson Fury meets his bout as he poses with Game of Thrones giant Hafthor Bjornsson

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